Bring on the blood, guts, gore and horror of the zombie trend to your Halloween festivities this year and throw a Zombie party! Get inspiration on how to decorate your dessert table and what zombie party desserts you can easily whip up at home without the help of a bakery purchase!DISCLOSURE: I am a contributor for the websites seen in this post however, the opinions expressed here are all my own. This is NOT a sponsored post. This post may also feature affiliate links, which come at no cost to you. Know that I only promote products I personally have used and stand behind. To learn more, please review my disclosure policy here.
Here’s just a little insider view to my life as a party stylist: when I get an email of assignments, it’s the best day ever! I love to see what’s in store, whether it’s something I’m super confident and familiar about or something that will take more brainstorming and research. When assigned “Zombie Party” for Wholesale Party Supplies, I was intrigued on the topic, but only a tad bit worried on how to describe this to my girls.
I mean how am I going to dress my dining room in scary zombie decor without scaring my kids. “Why are there blood on those knives, Mommy” was an actual question asked by my 6 year old but luckily neither of them thought much of these displays or were scared by the theme.
I did, however, have fun turning donuts into eyeballs on a fork, making mini cemetery dirt cups and squishing out some pink frosting to become brain cupcakes.
I was also happily paired with Ally or Ally.Bakes on instagram who created these not too creepy royal icing cookies that were delicious! (You can find her full tutorial here on the Wholesale Party Supplies blog).
Each of these Zombie party desserts would offer a yummy treat option for your guests, whether they were looking for something soft, crunchy, cold, chocolaty, or covered in powdered sugar.
(PS these were the mini hands I painted to insert into each dirt cup to make a play on Night of the Living Dead).
Eyeball ping pong balls made the perfect addition to these adult beverages in mini cups!
Don’t forget to step up your decor with a DIY! If found this kids toy styling doll of Rapunzel at a local thrift store for $3.99. With the help of Derek’s saw, some paint, and yes, the dress I was baptized in, I was able to turn it into a creepy candy bowl from the beyond!
Which of these Zombie party desserts is your favorite?